Pretty much you have the transmission, the lines to the cooler and that's about it. Follow what I said before. I may be wrong but is the color of your Power Steering fluid the same as the Transmission Fluid on that model? Are you monitoring the levels of both fluids?
Wrong Gasket HUH?
Clean of the potential areas. Leave cardboard under questionable area. when you see the drip follow it up to the leak. Fix the real leak and your all set.
You can locate the transmission fluid leak on your 2001 Chevy Metro by looking at the transmission fluid on the ground. Look above the transmission fluid stain and you should be able to see the source of the leak.
Coolant should not be leaking from your transmission the only fluid in your transmission is transmission fluid. A faulty transmission seal can allow transmission fluid to leak out.
The transmission will not work without fluid.
Transmission fluid can leak from many places. It could leak from the actual transmission itself, or any of the tubing that goes from the transmission to other parts of the car.
Hello In the 2004 Corvettes the Transmission has been moved from the back of the engine to the rear so now the transmission and pumpkin are bolted together. You could have a transmission leak or a brake fluid leak. If the leak is in the center then I would go with a trany leak if leak is near either tire go with a brake fluid leak. Hope this helps
my guess would be either power steering fluid or transmission fluid
this is called transmission fluid
Sounds like you have a transmission leak.
Check fluid level in transmission
transmission fluid can leak out of any seal the oil pan, the rear seal, the front seal, the torque converter. the transmission cooler lines, the gear linkages and places where switches are installed
No, but it could cause higher then average wear on the transmission.
Why does a 93 dodge dynasty leak transmission fluid?
transmission leak in reverse only
There could be a transmission fluid leak. Check the seals. They may be loose or worn out.
Most Likely you have a leak from the transmission cooling tank on your radiator to the antifreeze portion of the radiator. Jeff
Transmission must be removed and front seal replaced. Unless it is a serious leak, I would just add fluid and leave it alone.
The fluid level is checked by loosening an Allen head bolt in the transmission pan. If the fluid starts to leak out, it is full. If not, it needs transmission fluid.
The fluid level in a transmission will not change unless it leaks.
Yes, that can cause the fluid to foam up and leak out of the vent.
Usually automatic transmission fluid is a reddish color. If you see red fluid on your driveway, then you probably have a transmission leak.
The fluid could be too low to allow the transmission to shift. Depending on where the fluid leak is, the leak could be through a bad solenoid or soaking electrical connections, stopping the transmission from shifting.
When a transmission has an internal leak, the fluid pressure can drop and not flow to the proper valves. This can cause improper shifting, as well as cause transmission damage.
not usually, it could make it leak or get air in the fluid and make it operate incorrectly
NO the transmission fluid will cause the seals in the pump to leak